UK: M&S sweets relaunch to include Pick & Mix
Marks and Spencer is to revamp its confectionery range in the UK, a move that will include the launch of a Pick & Mix range.
The upmarket UK retailer said the move, to go live in September, will also see the introduction of Percy Pig's Phizzy Tails, a spin-off to its Percy Pig range, and retro sweets including sherbet fountains.
The revamp includes 100 new lines like Colin the Caterpillar and a Flying Saucers product.
Product developer Lucy Clark said: "There will be something for everyone with a sweet tooth - particularly big kids: some of these sweets are simply too good just for children."
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